A cold front will move slowly across Southeast Texas today eventually reaching the coast on Wednesday morning.
A cold front will slowly move across Southeast Texas through Wednesday. The front will produce periods of showers and thunderstorms this evening and then again tomorrow into Wednesday morning. An upper-level disturbance coupled with the front will increase rain chances tomorrow and a second upper-level disturbance will increase rain chances early Wednesday. The Storm Prediction Center has placed parts of Southeast Texas at a Marginal Risk for strong thunderstorms this evening and for all of SE TX on Tuesday. The primary severe weather hazards will be damaging winds and large hail.
There is also a threat for heavy rain especially tomorrow and Wednesday as the upper-level disturbances move overhead. Training of storms along the slowly moving frontal boundary could produce some locally heavy rainfall. The Weather Prediction Center has placed a large portion of Southeast Texas in a Slight to Marginal Risk for excessive rainfall on Tuesday into Wednesday.